Learn About Return to Campus for Fall Semester | June 17

| June 15, 2021
Submitted by Chris Gaspic for Marketing and Community Engagement

Important Notice

For the latest information and updates about McMaster's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please visit the McMaster COVID-19 site.

Getting safely back to McMaster this fall is on top of everyone’s minds. If you’re wondering how the fall term will look, you’re invited to join two virtual town halls that will take place in mid-June one for students and one for faculty and staff.

Attendees will be able to submit questions in advance and during the live event; they’ll also be able to upvote questions that have already been asked.

Student Town Hall Details:

  • Date: Thursday, June 17
  • Time: 4 – 5 p.m. (EDT)
  • Where: Livestreamed on McMaster’s YouTube channel and the homepage of Back to Mac.
  • Who:
    • Welcoming Remarks
      • David Farrar, President and Vice-Chancellor
    • Master of Ceremonies
      • Susan Tighe, Provost and Vice-President, Academic
    • Panelists
      • Paul O’Byrne, Dean and Vice-President, Faculty of Health Sciences
      • Karen Mossman, Vice-President, Research
      • Kim Dej, Acting Vice-Provost, Faculty
      • Arig al Shaibah, Associate Vice-President, Equity and Inclusion
      • Sean Van Koughnett, Associate Vice-President, Students and Learning, and Dean of Students
      • Doug Welch, Vice-Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies
      • Debbie Martin, Assistant Vice-President and Chief Facilities Officer

To learn more about the latest Return to McMaster plan for the fall term, read the Return to McMaster Oversight Committee report and responses to frequently asked questions.

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